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In a state as big and varied as Florida, you'd expect to find a variety of home decor styles. From Mid-Century modern to cottage chic, there are plenty of home decor options for your Florida home. These ideas will help give your Florida home warm-weather, casual chic style.
You don’t have to live in Key West to add a little of its laid-back style to your home. This style can be traditional, modern, and even a little bohemian. Above, a pale blue and white palette creates a beachy undercurrent. The horizontal slat walls are painted a soft blue and the vintage-style furniture adds a southern touch. The Seabrooke Dining Table and Chairs from Broyhill give the space a quaint, cottage feel. In a nod to the traditional, the chairs feature classic frames.
Living near the beach doesn’t always mean obvious references to the shore. Sometimes it’s about capturing the soothing emotions that the ocean seems to conjure up. For this you need lots of natural light, soft, warm textures, and earthy colors. A little more traditional, influenced by British Colonial style, but still touched by the Florida sun, the Royal Kahala Maui Entertainment Console brings subtle warmth to your family room. Mahogany veneers and split bamboo panels add rich island-inspired texture to your interior decor.
Outdoor living is synonymous with Florida style. Brightly patterned upholstery and throw pillows on the Island Estate Lanai Outdoor Lounge chair by Tommy Bahama create a welcoming space for lively conversation. The ottoman encourages visitors to stretch out and relax. The intricate patterns, slightly flared silhouette, and synthetic wicker make the space sophisticated and inviting.
A calm palette of grays, white, and pinks create a look that is airy, yet livable, and full of vintage charm. It's a look that invites you to relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of Florida life. Unassuming and casual, the Paula Deen by Universal Bungalow Queen bed feels as though it has been passed down through several generations. The charming shutter headboard acts as an accent wall that reinforces the vintage feel of the room.
Light, bright, minimalist, and mid-century modern characterizes chic Miami style. The decor highlights open spaces and modern design. Continuity enhances a soothing feeling, with no jarring transitions and details that flow seamlessly from room to room. The Synchronicity Mid-Century Modern Credenza by Universal features varying textures, contrasting colors, and a unique silhouette that dissolves boundaries and captures mid-century modern style. The neutral light brown and beige finishes, and aged gold and dark bronze hardware give your home an inviting atmosphere.
If you are interested in adding any of these elements of Florida style to your home, stop by the nearest Baer's Furniture store and ask to speak to an in-house designer.
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